Research Project Manager

William L.D. Krenzer, Ph.D. is a Scientific Integrity Associate who joined the DOSI team in 2021. He earned his Ph.D. in Psychological Science from DePaul University in 2018, and both a Bachelor's and Master’s degree in Psychology from San Francisco State University. Following completion of his studies, William joined Duke as a post-doctoral associate in the Science, Law, and Policy Lab at Duke's Initiative for Science and Society, offering his expertise in electrophysiology. 

As an experimental psychologist, William’s interests have shifted toward improving research integrity within the field of experimental psychology. He has been awarded the Ethical and Responsible Research grant from the National Science Foundation, as a co-Principal Investigator, with the goal of gaining a better understanding of the role of registered reports in the field of experimental psychology. Additionally, he is passionate about the open science framework and the sharing of data in order to create a more honest and collaborative research environment. He is excited to bring these interests to the ASIST team at DOSI and hopes to extend the team’s mission to the greater university community.